Arbor Heights Elementary School
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|3701 SW 104TH
Seattle, WA 98146
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Dr. Carol Coram
School News Archives
May 27, 2004
DATES TO REMEMBER:
May 27 Young Author’s Day Conference
(Please see attached flier for the day
Memorial Day Observance – NO SCHOOL
Volunteer Luncheon Time:
11:30a.m. – 1:00p.m.
All School Talent Show Time:
P.T.S.A. School Carnival
Room 7 presenting a musical..Alice in Wonderland
and an evening performance at
Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
June 8 – 11
5th Graders to Cedar Springs Camp
All School Field Day
Kindergarten Graduation Time:
5th Grade Graduation/Awards
Last Day of School for Students – One Hour Early
P.T.S.A. Popcorn Coordinator:
We will continue to have popcorn on Fridays thanks to Patty Iwamato who has graciously accepted to be our Popcorn Coordinator for the 2004/2005 school year. We still will need parent volunteers to help sell popcorn on Fridays.
A big thank you this year to our Popcorn Coordinator Sally Norton and her volunteer helpers for all they have done to make this year a great one for the kids!
Popcorn on Fridays has been a special treat enjoyed by everyone!! Thank You….
The school year is almost over, with field trips and crazy schedules affecting school banking. Congratulations to those who have been consistent enough with their deposits to make it all the way to the end of the Tracking Guide and receive their shoulder-sling backpacks! The rest of you will have one more chance. There will be no school banking on Wednesday, June 2nd.
The last day of school banking will be Wednesday, June 9th. Those of you who participated in school banking this year will automatically be signed up for next year. An announcement will be made at the beginning of next year to let you know when we will begin taking deposits. Graduating 5th graders can manage their accounts directly with Washington Mutual after June 9th.
Washington Mutual has come up with a way to support your favorite school. Enroll in the WaMoola for Schools program. Every time you use your Washington Mutual Visa Check Card, points will be earned. At the end of the year, your points will be converted to dollars and donated directly to the school of your choice (that would be Arbor Heights, of course)! If you already have a card, just go to www.wamoolaforschools.com and enroll on line (searching the school directory at their website to choose your favorite school), or fill out a form at any Washington Mutual branch.
If you don’t have a card and would like to participate, you can open a Washington Mutual checking account and get the card with no monthly fees. For questions about this program, call 1-866-WAMOOLA.
Secretary: Mrs. Marilyn Freeman
Webmaster: Mark Ahlness
School District Info:
Stanford Center for Educational Excellence